Soybeans in Manitoba for 2013: What to Decide Now

Western Canadian farmers would be well advised to start making some key decisions now in regards to soybean production in 2013 as Manitoba soybean acres alone are set to surpass a million for the first time. While some farmers in the province are working on a decade of growing the crop, there will be many who try their hand at soybean production for the first time.

In this episode of the Soybean School, David Townsend, product manager with Becker Underwood, outlines a few key areas that both first-time and seasoned soybean growers should focus on now to prepare for 2013.

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